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TPS #79: Is it an Addiction? With Dr Karen Faisandier

Today we have Karen Faisandier joining us from Wellington, NZ. Karen is a born and bred NZ’er, mother of two, and Director of a private psychology practice based in the Wellington CBD. While she is a conventionally-trained clinical psychologist specialising in addiction, her interest in nutrition in health care led her into the study of […]

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TPS #75 Emotional Eating and Deep Joy with Lulu Loya Wu

In this episode, we chat to Lulu Loya Wu all about the important, but often overlooked, role of emotions when it comes to eating. Lulu is a certified Eating Psychology Coach. Addressing not only the lifestyle/nutrition factors, but also the deeper aspect of our relationship with food and our bodies. This helps people create lasting […]

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TPS #63: Highlights from the AHSNZ Symposium, Part 3

In this episode, we bring you the final of our three part series from the AHSNZ International Symposium, held in Queenstown October 2015.   We Chat To:   Dr Andrew Dickson Healthspiration and the psycho-sociality of everyday life: A discussion on the determinants and detriments of ‘health-at-all-costs’ Dr Andrew Dickson is organisational sociologist at Massey […]

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Crystal & Jo, The Primal Shift

TPS #62, Highlights from the Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand Symposium 2015, Part 2

In this episode we give you more great chats with some of the speakers from the AHSNZ Symposium in October 2015.   We Chat To:     Professor Alister Woodward Climate change and health – risks, limits and opportunities Alistair Woodward is a medical graduate and public health specialist with a longstanding interest in the […]

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